Posts Tagged: Construction Recruitment

A Confined Space Rescue Plan Can Help You Avoid Jobsite Injuries

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Working in a confined space can be dangerous. A confined space typically has a limited number of entryways and exits. This makes it difficult to evacuate in an emergency. As a result, you need a comprehensive confined space rescue plan to ensure your workers can get out if their safety is at risk. The following… Read More »

Career Guide: HVAC Mechanic

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Do you enjoy mathematics, mechanics, and hands-on work? Are you open to work environments that may include homes, schools, offices, factories, hospitals, or other buildings? If so, you may enjoy a career as a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) mechanic. An HVAC mechanic has specialized knowledge of machines, building construction, and electrical design. The… Read More »

6 Safety Tips for Sheet Metal Workers

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Your work with sheet metal involves making, installing, and maintaining heating, ventilation, and air duct (HVAC) systems. It includes cutting raw materials to form and fasten them to create metal building equipment, signs, or vehicles for construction sites. As a result, working with sheet metal requires specialized training on hazards, equipment, and best work practices… Read More »

Improve Your Electrician Efficiency

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Efficiently working on an electrical job impacts the success of a construction project. The faster you complete quality work, the more likely the project will be completed on time and within budget. This lets you begin another job and repeat the process to add value for the client.     Implement these five tips to… Read More »

Commit to Being More Coachable at Work

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Construction Staffing

Candidates for any job need to show professionalism and experience. You may be wondering; how can I stand out among the rest? If you’re seeking construction work, you’ve got to be willing to make tough calls and share some serious responsibility. As an employee in a competitive industry, you have to be prepare for intense… Read More »

Effective Ways to Encourage Your Team to Quit Smoking

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Construction Staffing

Smoking: It’s unhealthy, dangerous and toxic to productivity. Help your staff squash this habit, especially while at work. Construction staff are more likely to smoke than white collar workers, so help your team by focusing on quitting methods targeted at their industry. Non-smokers are more efficient workers, and it’s possible to kick the addiction with… Read More »

Use Our Tips to Set Professional Goals for the New Year

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Construction Executive

For a professional looking to set powerful goals, it’s essential to focus your ambitions and set intentions for 2017. To move forward on your career path, you need to create aspirations of what the new year may bring. Check out the following tips on how to dream big and reach your goals! Start With a… Read More »

The Impact of the Electrician Shortage on Consumers

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Construction Staffing

With blue-collar workers aging out of the construction agency faster than they can be replaced, the country is facing a serious electrician shortage. There may be young prospects learning the trade, but they don’t have the necessary experience. Bridging this gap is possible, but how will the shortage affect consumers in the meantime? Where Are… Read More »

Keeping Cool on the Site in the Summer Heat

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Construction Staffing

When you’re on site, staying safe is just as important as finishing a project. Productivity depends on staff being smart and responsible. Summer construction sites can heat up, and it’s vital to stay cool and conscious. Here’s the top five ways to stay cool during a job in the summer. Stay Hydrated It’s essential to… Read More »

5 Ways to be a Successful Leader in Construction: A Lesson From Execs

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Construction Executive

For construction employees who are called to lead, a job site is never about a paycheck; it goes much further than that. Skilled tradesmen who emerge into leadership positions, especially in commercial construction projects, are driven to create high quality workmanship, facilitate timely production or develop a satisfying job site environment. As leaders, we must… Read More »